1951's First Investiture 1951

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    Buckingham Palace, London.

    GV. Buckingham Palace. LV. People walking downstairs leaving Palace after investiture. SV. Towards, people leaving Palace. SV. Lieutenant Colonel Muir and Mrs Muir, who received posthumous V.C. (Victoria Cross) for their son. CU. Lt. Col. Muir. CU. George Cross, pan up to Mr Gillette, pan across to Mrs Gillette - they are the parents of the George Cross awarded son Ivor. SV. Flight Sergeant Andrews showing A.F.M. to Flight Sergeant Turnbull A.F.M. and daughter Christine. CU. Medal, pan up to Turnbull and daughter. LV. People outside Palace. SCU. Warrant Officer Hooley showing A.F.C. to son Dudley. SV. Photographers. CU. Chief of Army Nursing Services, Brigadier Anne Thomson, QANA, showing DBE and RRC. CU. DBE and RRC, pan up to Brig. Thomson. SV. Lord Provost of Glasgow, Colonel Victor Warren, posing with wife and son. CU. Colonel Waren, pan to Mrs Warren. SV. Colonel Waren shaking hands with son.

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    British Pathé
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    01:23:41:00 / 01:24:38:00
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  • Lieutenant Colonel Muir and Mrs Muir's son was Major Kenneth Muir.

    jamied 12th May 2012
  • All references in text and tags to "Gillette" should read Gillett.

    jamied 11th Mar 2014

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